Whether you are looking for information on tourism employment or assistance with curriculum design, we have the resources to help you and your students excel.
The SPARK Tourism Educator Resource Guide outlines how to:
- Develop or adapt curriculum
- Facilitate student learning
- Be industry responsive
- Incorporate common program benchmarks
- Provide unique programming and specializations beyond common program benchmarks
Educators across the country use National Occupational Standards to inform and update their tourism and hospitality programs with the most current practices. These manuals describe the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to be considered competent in an occupation. They are set by seasoned industry professionals from across the country—so they reflect actual workplace conditions and current issues. Visit Emerit to view the full list of occupations.
Learn about the high school curriculum and classroom resources available through our Canadian Academy of Travel and Tourism.
Trends and Analysis
Explore our labour market information to see which regions most need workers and which jobs are most in demand.
Career and Skills Exploration
Use Discover Tourism’s interactive features to show your students the breadth of tourism and hospitality careers available and which skills will help them succeed.